medical Spanish

medical Spanish

Spanish language as applied to the provision of healthcare and communication.

medical Spanish

Medtalk Spanish language as applied to the provision of health care and communication. See Hispanic, Spanish.
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Study abroad: Four weeks of medical Spanish at Universidad Veritas, San Jose, Costa Rica, and volunteering at an orphanage
There have been other attempts at characterising biomedical English, some of which include the use of a small sample corpus of biomedical English (Vazquez del Arbol 2006), but, in general, the characterisation of this language for specific purposes has had a different aim, for example: Gutierrez Rodilla (1997) and Alcaraz Ariza (2000) both concentrated on the influence of the English language on medical Spanish, whereas Montalt and Gonzalez (2007) were mainly concerned with the translation of medical English terms and constructions into Spanish.
It may be important for academic programs to teach potential healthcare providers medical Spanish in order to ensure that health services are provided legally and effectively.
He speaks English, Gujarati, Hindi, and midlevel medical Spanish, and recently completed an international clerkship in Hyderabad, India, where he worked with a nongovernmental organization serving the rural population of India.
provide a text for medical students on learning medical Spanish using a problem-based and organ system-based approach.
In 2005, the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston was struggling to serve the ever-increasing Hispanic population of the state, dealing with growing health disparities between Whites and Hispanics and trying to find a way to satiate the interest of students seeking to learn medical Spanish.
Now USC has developed other options, such as medical Spanish and Chinese for business.
One example of a medical Spanish program is found at www.
Medical Spanish - AUDIO - Available for Android phones like Sprint's HTC Hero(TM) and Samsung Moment(TM) and for BlackBerry smartphones, the Emergency Medical Spanish Guide (EMSG) is a tool designed for non-Spanish speaking health care professionals to quickly ascertain vital medical information from their Spanish-speaking patients.
Selected from Monroe's Public Health, Medical Assisting, and Pharmacy Technician programs, after going through a rigorous screening process including a review of academic standards, the students submitted essays, personal interviews, and satisfactory completion of Medical Spanish and Global Health Issues courses.
Youngstown State University Junior, biology major Study abroad: A month in Alajuela, Costa Rica, increasing fluency in medical Spanish and learning about healthcare issues

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